Home and Homelessness in Inner and Outer WorldsBook tickets
Association Of Jungian Analysts
This seminar investigates the relations between home and homelessness, as categories describing our inner psychic states and affective relation to the world around us.
The answer to the question of what contributes to “feeling at home” and belonging to a place is complex and needs and contributions from a range of different disciplinary fields. In the terms of psychoanalysis and analytical psychology, home and homelessness can be understood not as discrete categories but as points on a continuum of integration of psychic inner parts and affective relation/non-relation with outer material elements of the surrounding environment and with others.
It will be delivered by Monica Luci (AIPA, Rome), PhD, a clinical psychologist, Jungian, and relational psychoanalyst. For 20 years, she has been working nationally and transnationally in the fields of psychosocial intervention and psychotherapy with vulnerable refugees, especially torture survivors, women victims of GBV, and unaccompanied minors.